"Plai natal" Museum from Cioburciu village
The museum was founded in 2000 and registered with the Ministry of Culture. The founder being the history teacher Toderică Elizaveta. Some of the materials had been collected in previous years, but had not been systematized and arranged. Along the way, the school management offered the space of the school hall with the size of 100m2, where the collected materials were placed.
The villagers donated to the museum old objects, jugs, agricultural equipment, documents of historical importance, photographs that illustrate people's lives in the past. The current exhibition of the museum contains over 800 exhibits, distributed over several sections: Tools, Household, Agriculture, Paleontology, Numismatics, Weapons and Ammunition, Casa Mare, School.
Here are fossil samples of a stone age hammer. There are also pieces of pottery discovered after the archeological excavations carried out in 1985 by the archaeologist I.F. Chebotarenco in Valea Tîrgului, as well as two copper piercings, a bronze button (10th century BC). In 1970 on the territory of the village was found a Roman silver coin from the period of Marcus Aurelius (a.161-180 e.n.).
The Tools section includes woodworking tools, fishing gear, scales, shears, tesla, jealousy, etc.